It’s no surprise to transport operators that fuel prices continue to rise, and the fuel cycle is increasingly unpredictable. Taking control of your fuel expenditure with on-site storage tanks that improve efficiency by minimizing downtime and providing you with total fuel control is an increasingly popular strategy.
A fluid management system is a combination of hardware and software products that together enable security, access and control of fuel stores, whilst monitoring delivery and consumption.Dynamic fluid management is great for companies that require increased accuracy, accountability, security or productivity from their fluid assets.
As an organisation that strives towards exceptional service delivery and technological advancement in the industry, Liquid Automation Systems pave the way for a world class fuel software module that will change the way businesses operate.
Liquid Automation Systems supplies a versatile range of flow controllers to cater for process and custody transfer flow as well as batch controller applications.
Most country’s Weights and Measures Departments requires the use of certified custody transfer systems when such systems are used for trade. Some countries like South Africa requires additional local approval over and above international approval like OIML. If specified that a system needs to be used for trade LAS will supply a system approved internationally and if in South Africa also with local certification. Should a system be bespoke then LAS will undertake all actions required to have it certified locally. If outside South Africa, LAS will provide the international approval documents for acceptance or for local certification in such a country.
Custody transfer applications include batch controllers that include additive control and blending that is typically used for petroleum loading gantry operations and flow totalizers typically utilised for pipeline transfer applications.
Running out of fuel in your car is embarrassing. Running out of fuel at a fuel station and turning away customers is unforgivable. Fortunately, management systems is there to keep you in control of your current inventory levels, and much more. Monitoring is also a key fire code requirement for fuel storage. It can be done either using an electronic monitoring system or by manually conducting daily or weekly visual inspections (frequency will vary based on local code).